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: delighted to be with you. >> host: you serve as ambassador to the u.s., pakistan's ambassador to the u.s. from 2008 to 2011. you advised the late benazir bhutto and you are now professor at austin university and the director of the south and central asia hudson institute. you write extensively for "the new york times," "the wall street journal" and the national tribune to name a few of the publication so you obviously have a very inside view of this relationship and i think just the title is strong of u.s. policy toward pakistan and in your words if i may quote you say the u.s. pakistan relationship, a tale of exaggerated expectations, broken promises and disastrous misunderstandings. i want to delve into what you mean by that a little later in the interview but first i want to ask you a simple question. what motivated you to write this book? >> guest: this book has been on my mind for many years. i was a college student in 1979 when several of my colleagues -- i was in karachi in the south of pakistan but my colleagues as students in islamabad even in burn down the u.s. consulate the ho
? can you give us any more feelings on that?you listed it as one of the , but can you be more graphic? can you give us any more detail as to the extent about the cuts to our military capability. -- our military capability? statess in the united and one of those involved in protecting the government's thetion when we published strategic defense and security review in october of 2010. remarks, in my opening the administration at that time, although there were some underlying concerns, they were persuaded that we were going to spectrum of full capabilities, that they were reassured that our defense spending would remain above 2%, certainly throughout the life of this parliament, and that the numbers we were talking about for interventions in the future were scalable. they were not as great as we have managed before, but they were nevertheless militarily significant numbers for continuing operations and for large single operations. i talked also about the niche areas. they were reassured may be surprised we were putting an extra $1 billion with this parliament and that money was going to
in the middle east. >>> this is free solo climbing or scaling a mountain without a rope. to us non-climbers, the best free soloist in the world will tell us what it's like to climb a mountain with nothing but your bear hands and chalk. welcome to "consider this." new jersey governor chris christie with an historic win in a big blue state. and in virginia agency race it was a suspenseful night with a race between a democrat and a conservative republican. it's where tea partyers got top billing. we'll take a sneak peek of staying power tha , and the seismic shift to the left. i'm joined which jeff warren, and bill snyder, professor at george washington university. they're both in our washington, d.c. studios, and here in studio with me is tom doherty, former senior adviser to george pataki. bill, let's start with you. chris christie, a big win. but when you look at the exit polls in a hypothetical match up to hillary clinton he would lose in his own state. >> it tells us that new jersey is still a blue state, and hillary clinton is still a very popular figure there. look, christie wo
obviously have an inside view of this relationship. and i think just the title is a strong indictment of u.s. policy towards pakistan. and in your words if i may quote, you said the u.s. pakistan relationship, a tale of exaggerated expectation, broken promises and disastrous misunderstandings. i want to delve into what you mean by that a little later in the interview but first i want to ask you a simple question. what motivated you to write this book? >> as this book has been on my mind for many years i went to college in 1979 when several of my colleagues -- i was in karachi in the south of pakistan but my colleagues as students in islamabad burned dow turned dow. embassy and people at karachi also wanted to go and burn down the u.s. consulate. all of this was over an incident that had taken place in the holy place of islam. the shrine had been taken over by government and the threat americans were involved so people just went berserk. i was somebody that said we can't do this. we have to wait. we will not be able to unburden it to the next day if we find out that the americans are not invo
background, making her show the highest rated talk show in television history. oprah winfrey has used her influence to support underserved communities and lift up the lives of young people, especially young women around the world. in her story, we are reminded that no dream can be deferred when we refuse to let life's bstacles keep us down. [applause] >> the medal of freedom honorees, please. [applause] all right, that concludes the formal part of today's ceremony. i want to thank all of you for eing here. obviously, we are deeply indebted to those who we honor here today. we're going to take some pictures with them and their family members. the rest of you, i understand the food here is pretty good. [laughter] o i hope you enjoy the reception and i hope we carry away from this a reminder of what jfk understood to be the essence of the american spirit, that it is represented here and that some of us may be less talented, but we all had the pportunity to serve and open people's hearts and minds in our maller orbits. i hope everybody has been inspired as i have been in participating and bei
-- for illegal uses. that can include outright fraud at best or it can include -- the u.s. house has the very strict used than what it was appropriated for by congress. violation of that can entail civil and criminal penalties. because the accounting is so opaque, it is impossible to tell whether there are anti- deficiency act violations and perhaps whether they are even widespread. that perhaps is a reason over the long haul that there has been resistance tearing up the accounting, because often it is experience -- it is expedient when money is needed to finish revamping a helicopter or installing something on a ship, they just can't immediately take money from the wrong account -- they just immediately take money from the wrong account and spend it on that. host: one of the key quotes in your piece is by then secretary of defense robert gates -- "my staff and i learned that it was nearly impossible to get accurate information to questions such as much money did you spend and how many people do you have." secretary robert gates in 2011. a c-span democrat on twitter asks, "is the
. >> that is it for us this morning. take it away, are kohcarol. >> thanks so much. have a great weekend. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> happening how in "the newsroom," november roars in. halloween havoc as a massive storm hammers millions from maine to texas. >> the water came too fast. there wouldn't have been time to get people out of their houses. >> reporter: people plucked from rooftops. this morning the storm marches east. >>> also foot cut. >> i just learn how to survive. >>> millions of americans who use foot stamps on notice. >> no matter how people look at you keep your head up. >> reporter: one in seven of us desperately depending on this program to put food on the table. >>> plus -- >> thanks for flying with delta. >> reporter: fire up that ipod, kindle or computer. delta becomes the first airline to let you use your gadgets below 10,000 feet but there's still one thing you cannot do. >> smoking is not allowed on any delta flight. >> reporter: you're live in the "cnn newsroom." good morning everyone. i'm carol costello, thank you so much for joining m
house has been telling us for months that millions of americans have been visiting health care.gov, but the house oversight committee released internal notes from meetings that show only six people in total successfully enrolled on the first day enrolled. obamacare is a train wreck that has become a laughingstock as a result. as of today, the hite house pushed back expectations, taping them down and jay carney said that we don't expect those numbers to be very high and we never did. henry is at the white house with our report. reporter: embarrassed over the rollout of president obama signatureomestic achievement that only six people signed up on day one and was criticized by congressman darrell issa. >> there are no doubt there from a contractor about figures. if the website wasn working on october 1, that is a dog bites man story i said demanded to know why a parade of tp officials including kathleen sebelius did not give the information. >> if you have internal numbers and you're not willing to hear extra numbers, you are doing the kind of propaganda that this administration
inside view of this relationship and i think just the title is a strong indictment towards the u.s. and pakistan. you say that the relationship, entail of exaggerated expectations and broken promises and disastrous misunderstandings, i would like to delve into what you mean by that little later in the interview. at first i'm asking you a simple question. what motivated you to write this book? >> guest: this book has been on my mind for so many years. i was a college student in 1979. several of my colleagues, as in students, burned it down the u.s. embassy and people also wanted to go down to the u.s. consulate in berlin that done as well. all of this had taken place when the holiest mosque and shrine of government had been taken down. so people just went berserk. and i was someone who said no, we can't do this, we have to wait. we burned down the building, we won't be able to on verdict on the next day. if we wait, we could find out that the americans are not involved. because of that come i was always wondering why the pakistanis have this knee-jerk anti-americanism. because what
. ♪ the now please be seated. hame ladies and gentlemen, let us begin by acknowledging a great friend of this institution , mrs. heather fully. thank you for giving us this chance to try to express the debt -- the depth of gratitude we owe to tom. an english poet once wrote that god is ant work of honest man. tom foley was back and more, a leader grounded indecency and , an honor to himself, his family, and this house. he did all the things a public servant should do an friendly did many of them better than the rest. ask any of his peers and they will tell you this. listen to bob dole. around the time he became called him a man of total integrity, or ask alan simpson who told you that tom can go to hell and make you feel good about going there. and then is fiercely conservative as they come, he said he wished they were republican. there is also this from president george bush. tom foley represented the best in public service and our political system. one class act tipping his hat to another. impressive, as is the sequence of his rise. majority whip, majority leader, and speaker. fairn
and joins us now. it's fascinating on your reporting in this. how serious were they looking into having hillary clinton be the vice president? >> it was serious, not that it was intentionally polled and focused grouped. campaigns don't spend the money on focusing and polling groups unless they are seriously exploring something. it was only known but about a half dozen of the top obama senior advisors, people like david axlerod and most notably the chief of staff william daley, then chief of staff who became close to joe biden. they are similar age, similar background. >> similar background. you talked to him? >> i talked to him on the phone and he confirmed saying he thought it was his due diligence as chief of staff to at least explore the possibility what hillary clinton would mean for obama in 2012. they concluded she wouldn't add a substantial effect, she would help but not enough to dump biden. >> she might have given a little bump but not a big enough to justify the whole -- >> that was their conclusion at the end of 2011, correct. >> there is also in the book details about the re
that the administration has made to nato to take the u.s. deployment of u.s. missile defenses to defend the u.s. from europe in to deployment of nato missile defense to nato to defend nato. that was the fundamental shift that occurred in september of 2009. to take system that was able deploy against possibly ten incoming missiles and put in place a nato system under nato command and control put the deference of nato countries. that is the kind of commitment to deterrence that we put in place. we put in place contingency plan to make sure that every nation that is a member of nato has a plan to be defended. that was an important contribution to deterrence. we just completed this month -- this week, last week. the first major article r5 last exercise. the alliance was conducted in the last ten years. many of the country nas participated in the exercise had never participated in an article five exercise and we just completed that. those are the kinds of steps that matter for collective desks. far more than the nuclear weapons you have. particularly when the cost of modernizing the nuclear weapons runs i
and the first thing we'll do is i'll use my conventional forces, and if that fails, use strategic forces. i tell you, it's going to turn around. don't think about it in a nuclear sense, but think strategic first, coming from great distance or no distance, to solve a problem. last, think about the conventional forces and moving and huge costs of standing armies and moving them to the problem. it's just the reality we have to deal with, and how we're going to do that, how are we going to afford it, those are the the questions, i think, that we're going to, as an alliance, come to grips with and understand how to do that; ours, we're not matching resources and capabilities with the security that we desire to have. >> thank you. >> other than that i'm in a good place. >> that leaves a good place. the leading expert brings a dose of reality, make it a concern, particularly such with europe. when you hear those speakers, particularly john cartwright's point about, you know, we have to be ability to exercise and leverage increasing speed and deploy our forces. do you see this happening in nato? is nato
in afghanistan. it gives us a chance now, all americans, really, the chance to support those groups, to find the groups. the doctor is here, opus prize winner to promote her schools and women all over afghanistan. leslie schweitzer, fundraiser for university of afghanistan. i think maybe we may get some questions out of afghanistan from american university. you can give directly to the american university of afghanistan to make sure girls have scholarships there. so i think as our troops leave, it's very, very important that we continue to support all the programs that were built over the last 10 years in afghanistan, including many that came from this very council, the u.s. afghan women's council, and to work with our own congressmen and women to make sure afghanistan stays in the forefront, that people do pay attention to it. it's going to be -- once our troops leave, the eyes of the united states will move away. we can't let that happen. it just is so, so important. what's important are those lives in afghanistan, the people that have changed. we need to make sure they don't think we've s
about a discussion about the global economy and emerging- market. joining us on newsmakers is the republican from texas, he is the vice chair of the house armed services to many, also a member of the house intelligence many. thank you for joining us. here with the questioning today, jim michaels who covers military issues, and sarah. i want to begin with you. the comments was asked week by secretary chuck hagel meeting with members of congress to and sequestration and work out an agreement on the budget. when lawmakers return after the thanks giving recess, will that happen. i am not sure, but i am fairly optimistic. i think the the discussions between paul ryan and senator murray are going pretty well. i think there is a real chance that we could have a budget agreement that nobody is in love with, but is at least a step forward in saving money in ways other than these across the board sorts of cuts that come with sequestration. i'm hopeful that it will actually happen. >> if it actually happens, what will it look like/ ? >> i think the hope is that it will last for a coup
think you for joining us, and we hope you have a safe and happy rest of your holiday. and for those braving the crowds tonight or tomorrow, good luck. ♪ ♪ ♪ lou: president obama is enrollment numbers, it is all bad news for the obama administration. i am lou dobbs. hello, everyone. severely undercutting president obama's credibility an approval rating. a new fox poll shows half of voters believe president obama knowingly lied when he repeatedly told americans that they could keep their plan under his signature health care law. as for the number of americans who have signed on for health care insurance, the initial numbers are woefully short and far below their lowered expectations. 106,000 have enrolled in health care plans in the state and federal exchanges through the first month of obamacare. one fifth of what the officials had projected before the launch of health care dog of and the opening of exchanges accounted for only 27,000 of successful in moments, 80,000 of them originated in state-run insurance exchanges and secretary kathleen sibelius revealed below numbers and t
much. want to talk about this melt-up that continues. joining us right now to talk more about markets, brian, nath nathan, michele perry higgins author "the everything binder." thank you for joining us. >> thank you. michelle, let me kick it off with you. talk to us about who is buying this market. got a market at an all-time high tonight. 70 points higher on dow jones industrial average. is this institutional or retail or both? >> i think it's a little of both, maria. the retail side, they've had a confusing year, as you look at what's going on right now. we've seen historical highs on equities, our fixed income, alternative space not such a great year. i have those retailers on the sidelines who are wanting to jump in right now and are excited to jump in. they think they might have missed the party. but i would say be very cautious. >> yeah. i mean, we talked to the ceo of schwab, nathan, this week, and he basically said, i'm not seeing it? i'm not seeing the individual investor back in this market. what do you think? >> i agree with you. i won't see it either. it's not like people
something that would give us a negotiating point where we could consider moving forward with a final repeal of this problem. but in fact, the legislative branch consists of two bodies. this body and the other body on the other side. until the finance committee acts, there's little more that the energy and commerce can do to push that bill forward. mr. speaker, today's rule provides for consideration of a critical bill, to ensure our energy infrastructure needs are being met. mr. pompeo has done a good job. i applaud him and our committee for the thoughtful legislation. i urge my colleagues to support both the rule and the underlying bill. i'm now prepared to yield back >> in a few moments, today's presidential medal of freedom ceremony at the white house. marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of president kennedy and a ceremony at the internal flame in arlington national cemetery. national security adviser susan rice on u.s. policy in the asia-pacific region. later, a discussion of relations between the u.s. and united kingdom. >> a typical day would begin with
, let's find out our guests tonight have to say. joining us is andrea and greg. cohost of the five and thank y both for being here. i would like to turn to you, andrea. she has become a metaphor for what is going on with health care dog of an obamacare itself. it's striking that this thing just doesn't work and we still are having conflicting claims is whether or not it can be fixed as the administration proises. >> that's right, she is and who she said she was. and now she's getting bullied, much like people are getting bullied to sign up for the plans so they cannot log on nd get these numbers today. but the numbers are -- it's so fraudulent of their time to do. they are changing the jobs number equation for the presidential election and now they are changing the definition of how people have signed up for this. so they are counted as being part of obamacare. but you know and i know and greg knows that you can't really count someone until they actually pay forhe plan. so this is fuzzy math to say the least. lou: absolutely. what he is doing is appalling. they only have 27,000 sig
black friday and it's not over yet. right now, tensions are high over the east china sea. u.s. and japanese planes flew into contested air space today. china scrambled fighter jets in response. we'll have the latest live from the pentagon. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hello, i'm jim sciutto in washington. wolf blitzer is off today. we begin today with the markets. the dow continuing its record run. trading wrapping up just moments ago. there you see the dow finishing today's holiday shortened session, just about 16,000084. it also finishes out what has been a record breaking month dow topping to the 16,000 milestone for the first time ever. while the nasdaq is now back over 4,000. so we've got records on the dow and the nasdaq and big companies are raking in billions in profits. things seem to be great on wall street. so why aren't folks on main street feeling as confident about the economy and their own financial situation? >> zain asher has new polling numbers. you look at polls, they show our faith in the economy is shaky at best. we're seeing the markets jump
noone u.s. house meets at for general speeches. legislative work gets underway at 2:00 p.m. eastern. will debate five bills, including one requiring federal spending to be posted on one website. another, increasing the pay of the d c cfo. bill still in with energy drilling later this week. live coverage on c-span. , a look atpan2 health care costs. the discussion is hosted by the alliance for health reform. live coverage begins at 12:15 eastern. gloria steinem will speak at the national press club. she helped found the women's action alliance. watch her remarks at 1:00 eastern on c-span3. mrs. johnson as first lady loved to show off her home. the guests would often formally gather here in the done. -- in the den. various heads of state came to visit. we have various things, one of the things she wanted to highlight was the native here.an heritage we have a collection of arrowheads. she had an eye for copper and collected items and had gifts from friends. mrs. johnson gave a tour of the house in 1968. she featured the china from mexico picture here. she spent a lot of time at the pro
with us. i want to thank my family members who came. it would have been my great uncle robert kennedy's birthday today. and while we are on the subject of birthdays, you are all invited to my 21st. 1960 three, my grandfather, president john f. kennedy, formally established the annual presentation of the presidential medal of freedom. madeing persons "who have exceptionally meritorious contributions to the security and national interests of the united states, to world peace, crotch role, or other significant doublet or private endeavors." my grandfather, a veteran of world war ii, a u.s. congressman and senator and president, use the avenue of public service to make his kind basins to this country, this planet, and all men. he recognized his path was but one of many and that service can and does manifest itself in different ways. years, the middle of freedom has been awarded to artists, painters, musicians, composers, dancers whose expressions prompt our own reflections. roles who sees our imagination. two poets and authors whose stories stir our souls and make sense of our struggles.
ambush i have been involuntarily of gillespie is actually used to teach it as an instructor i thought if they are my students i would fail them. was badly put together. are they having a bad day? that i realized after that one day of thinking about it it was not a taliban ambush but a particular village in the valley that was passed about how much aid we had given to other villages they were sending us a message how they felt about our aid prior to rescission that seems like a crazy over reaction we will know that happens all the time that with the assistance we give to afghanistan that is 14 times the size of federal budget is responsible for a substantial amount of what we see on the ground. and in afghanistan doing exactly the surface layer to look beyond what is actually going on that you don't actually see immediately. what i have tried to do in the book is to start that conversation that i had in my head where i started to say there is a deeper level than just the counter insurgency dr. not just about the insurgency fighting a government but a bunch of villages trying to get aut
. >> the face of flying is about to change. a merger has been signed off between american airlines and u.s. airways. it will make it the world's biggest. >> organizations recommending guidelines to double the amount of americans taking stattens. doctors are asked to consider more factors like smoking, high blood pressure. and family history. they are asked to diagnosis regardless of levels. >> the state legislature passed the bill in hawaii for same-sex marriage. it will boost tourism by $217 million. those are the headlines. "consider this" is up next. get the latest news on lines at aljazeera.com. >> desperation is growing by the hour in the philippines five days after enduring the terrifying typhoon. survivors are struggling to get food and water. consider this, with so much death and destruction, what is happening with the hampered relief efforts. >> is bill clinton undermining the white house on health care? we'll look at the building tensions in the democratic party over obamacare. >> is the new face of alcoholism female? the surprising number of women who are struggling with the bot
on the fact that the word itself is not used in the constitution. so as a constitutional law person, it seems to me something much more basic than the word "privacy," the sanctity of individual space. and when you read the writings of the founders, the idea was there had to be a lace where you could collect -- a place where you could collect your thoughts, where you could experiment with ideas, where you could discuss with your friends, where you could exchange letters which the founders did free from intrusion by others. particularly by the state. and i think it's the most vivid manifestation of a privacy right that we have in any document. what is your view? >> over the years, the development of the doctrine of privacy with note by legal scholars louis brandeis and warren enshrined exactly what you're saying. the right to personal autonomy, the right to have one's thoughts private, to reveal what we want to reveal and to make a decision when to do so and what kind of information we want to share with others. most troubling these days, i think, is the question many say, well, if i don't -- n
and the website had problems and as bill you said, the enrollment is so much less than expected, the u.s. senators are now trying to make sure they keep the senate going into the 2014 election. they have other fish to fry, not just going after obama. this is the first time we've heard publicly the president speak about president obama since double down came out, the book last week, where there were perhaps some unflattering things said about bill clinton, alleged to have been said by president obama. there is this history. i don't think you can ignore the fact that there was hillary care before obamacare and in 2016, hillary clinton is going to run for president and this is the biggest booster. >> dianne feinstein said she'll co sponsor a bill allowing people to keep their insurance indefinitely. senator of west virginia working on delaying fines. we've got democrats who are endangered next year in their elections who have gone to the white house and called the approximate the to task on all this. is there something brewing within the democratic party on obamacare? >> it's called terror. what's ha
have been forced from their homes. on this veterans day, u.s. marines arrived to help a country where americans once fought and died. the united states is sending shelter and hygiene supplies to aid 10,000 families and 55 tons of emergency rations which can feed 20,000 children and 15,000 adults, at least for a few days. seen from the air, the scale of the devastation is breathtaking. almost unimaginable. on the ground, the grim reality, entire towns turned into rubble, stunned survivors scavenge for food and water amid the stench of bodies. let's go live to the island of sebu, which took a direct hit. anna, you tveled with the military to a remote group of islands devastated by the typhoon. tell our viewers what you saw. >> reporter: well, wolf, we are here at the cebu air base which is very much a staging ground for this massive military operation to get food, to get water, to get those desperately needed supplies to the people who need it. as you say, we joined the military and went to one of those really hard-hit areas. i mean, you're talking town after town, village after village
this morning about netflix' expansion plan in the south bay. voters may have the final say. matt is joining us to explain from los gatos. >> business is. booing for netflix. the stock is up 275 percent this year. now the expansion plans are getting a boost in los gatos. in 2012 the los gatos town counsel aproved the expand of business court on the other side of highway 85 from the current 250,000 square feet to 485,000 square feet. lawsuits have been filed challenging the new heights of the building. two los gatos residents have filed a letter of intent to circulate a petition if approved will allow for the business park to go on as landed blocking the ability of a court to stop development until the year 2021. supporters say the development provides up to $1 million in new property tax revenues for the schools. opponents say netflix has signed a lease agreement to stay and the legal challenges are about responsible development in the town. no word on how many signatures will be needed to get this on the ballot. >> happening now, this is the first weekday commute since the new fourth bore of t
before we had it. we were paying for it as well. >> if we are going to use everyone as a corporation, would it be mika, joe, barnacle, willie? i don't know. long-term? you are basically a terrible person. you can leave now. >> what about that shot? are you kidding me? >> it's time for "morning joe." >> now it's time for t"the dail rundown" with chuck todd. >> no end in sight. a report obtained by nbc news reveals a plan to keep troops in afghanistan for at least years and perhaps longer. it's not the only foreign front that gets lot of in washington's whacka mole health care whirl wind. an amazing eyewitness account from inside the dallas school book depository. a man who was there and may have bumped into lee harvey oswald himself. >> landing in arizona, chris christie takes the republican reign. we will talk to north carolina governor at the center of a voting rights fight in his state. good morning from washington. it's wednesday, november 20th. this is "the daily rundown." the latest on the tragic situation in virginia and congressman tray radell. let's get to th
's known as the nuclear option. >> what does it mean? it would change a very important rule in the u.s. senate and allow just a simple majority, 51 votes to overcome a filibuster. reid says the change is needed to keep the senate from becoming obsolete. >> but republicans say, it's a bunch of pointless drama. chief congressional correspondent dana bash is on capitol hill with the details. drama or necessary? >> reporter: it depends who you ask, how's that a dodge to the question? this is something that has been boiling for some time. when you look at the to-ing and fro-ing and the partisanship and tension about filibusters, blocking a president's nom fine. since it's a democratic president, the the republicans and minority able to use their power of the philly buster to block the president's nominees. there's no question that when george bush was in the white house and democrats were in the minority here in the senate, they did the same thing. you can argue about the statistics and number of times but certainly the tool is something that both parties have used. but at this point, the d
more." thank you for joining us tonight. that is it for tonight on "lou dobbs tonight." have a good evening. ♪ lou: senate majority leader harry reid went nuclear today. the democrats throughout a key role that has been in place in the senate for more than two centuries. senator reid said the reason for voting at the filibuster on presidential nominations with the exception of supreme court justices is to remedy obstructionism. but with this president and administration, now in a web of historically is and mr. obama in a ratings free fall, today's filibuster busting vote may be as much about changing the subject and diverting media attention. i am lou dobbs. ♪ good evening, everybody. senate majority leader harry reid going nuclear today. the upper chamber voting to eliminate the 60 vote threshold for presidential nominees and for ed day, at least, president obama had a bright, shiny distraction to keep the national media from the train wreck that is obamacare and the pile of white house lies that seems to grow with each passing day. the biggest of those lies quite possibly the
alert. the u.s. and world powers reaching an historic deal with iran. can iran really be trusted? what message does this send to our allies, particularly israel. we're live in washington with the latest. >>> the obama care disaster the number one issue plaguing the white house. >>> plus, fast forwarding, cassette tapes and using roadmaps to plan trips. sound familiar? part of the time-consuming problems from the 1980s that no longer exist. we've got all the breakdown and i dug through the dusty archives in the basement. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>> good morning. >> good morning. >> it's sunday morning, 6:00 a.m. in the east coast. >> hello, fellas. >> it got brutally cold? >> can i interrupt? >> no. no. >> when we were talking about the eight track tapes, cassettes, you looked at me and started laughing, why is that? >> because i still use them. >> oh. >> because you didn't jump ahead. i've always preferred eight tracks. >> the technology. the future. >> that's what your car still has it. >> it's stuck. i have one stuck in there. >> we have a fox news alert. the u.s. and other
health. join us for two hours as we explore the life and legacy of many eisenhower. eisenhower. we are offering a special edition of the book first ladies of the united states of america. a biography and a portrait of each first lady and comments from noted historians on the role of first ladies throughout history. it is available for the discounted price of $12.95 for shipping. plus shipping. and their website has more. it chronicles life in the executive mansion during the tenure of each of the first ladies. find out more at c-span.org/ firstladies >> c-span will bring public affairs events in front of you, putting you in the room at briefings and conferences and offer complete gavel-to-gavel coverage of the u.s. house as a --lic service of public cable tv. now you can watch us in hd. >> coming up next, a memorial service for the late tom foley, former speaker of the house. after that, tributes to other former members of congress who passed away recently. and jeb bush honored with the jack kemp foundation leadership award. >> this week, as is obama and former president clinton j
pride is with us. she is the head of media relations for the airport. karen, what flight activity is or is not happening at those two airports. at of right now actually there are flights going in and out of both airports. we are going to get flight operations back on track. >> what are you telling people, folks who plan to travel through chicago or midway, folks who are getting on the trains and people getting in the airport. what we tell people every day of the year is to check your airlines through the website that is the best way to get flight status and if you are driving and get there at least two hours in advance it is volatile right now and i'm sure traffic on the kennedy expressway is kind of tied up right now. give yourself time to get to the airport. big weather system. thank you so much. chicago not out of the woods as of yet. she is head of media relations thank you so much. we talked about soldier field that was evacuated in the middle of that bears ravens game. we understand folks were allowed back in after the threat of tornado activity. jim arnold has been at the g
-span. the senate is on c-span two. here's is some insight from a capitol hill reporter. phone, he will tell us what is ahead for congress this week. an updateso give us on possible congressional action regarding iran. hi and thank you for joining us. monday.e returns on tuesday they are scheduled to begin debate on energy security. can you tell us about the details? >> it looks like the house is look at a number of members -- measures that would expand access to domestic energy production. and the movement of domestic energy, there is a national -- natural gas movement. it may require the national regulatory institutions issued permits. -- it may essentially block the federal government from regulating hydraulic fracking and turn cases and they where existing permitting regimes and oversight are the excess. >> has the house democratic leadership announced their support for any of these bills? >> i have not heard yet what the house leadership is planning to do. i would say that the house republicans have said that they are planning to set rules for floor debate on all of these measures. in essence,
journalism, holding america's leaders accountable and reminding us that our freedom as a nation rests on the freedom of the press. when ben retired it was put into a poem. oh rare ben bradlee his reign has ceased but his nation standings, its strength increased. and i also indicated to ben, he can pull off those shirts, and i can't. [ laughter ] >> he always looks so cool in them. [ laughter ] >> early in oprah winfrey's career, her bosses told her she should change her name to susie. [ laughter ] >> i have to pause here to say, i got the same advice. [ laughter ] >> they didn't say i should be named susie, but they suggested i should change my name. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> people can relate to susie that's what they said. it turned out, surprisingly that people can relate to oprah just fine. in more than 4500 episodes of her show, her message was always you can. you can do, and you can be, and you can grow, and it can be better, and she was living proof, rising from a childhood of poverty and abuse to the pinnacle of the entertainment universe, but even with 40 emmies the distin
's the most popular excuse you use? we've got the answer straight ahead. i didn't have my coffee this morning, that's why i stumbled through that that's my excuse. "fox & friends" begins right now. >> good morning, this is gavini. you are watching my "fox & friends," baby. >> my favorite hairstylist she did mine this morning. >> gorge. our makeup staff and hair staff are a ray of sunshine. >> we stumble in blurried eyed. >> speaking of everybody being blurried eyed. i could hear our crew out in the hallway. they said today is going to be a great day. >> the other guy said why is that? >> because there is expresso and all kinds of alcoholic thanksgiving drinks that are going to be passed around later. >> that's what we need on had this show. >> splurge segment. >> national expresso day. so tucker, anna and myself are going to try to be actual baristas this morning. >> i can barely sit still. the latest on the deback test called obamacare. >> we have a couple of delays to get through this morning. first delay up this year is to pick a plan you now have an extra 8 days this year. that's a good c
't respect that. u.s. forced to pick a side. >>> the politics lead. brand new polls giving us a snapshot of 2016. you may not be shocked to learn who's in the lead but the runners-up is where it gets interesting. >>> and the buried lead. it's been nearly 50 years since j.d. salinger last published anything but now the stories he kept locked away are suddenly out there for all to read. welcome to "the lead." i'm jim acosta filling in for jake tapper. we begin with the world lead. it's a turf war high above the east china sea. china has just sent its first patrol of fighter jets over an air defense zone the country is claiming above a disputed set of islands, islands that japan say belongs to it. the friction has tempers flaring around the globe. i want to bring in barbara starr at the pentagon. the u.s. is not sitting on the sidelines in this standoff. they have already sent two unarmed b-52 bombers through this disputed air zone. what does this latest power grab, if you want to call it that, by china mean for american security? >> reporter: well, the u.s. is taking sides in this, now sen
't know what was going on or couldn't project what would happen. but we were all -- those of us who opposed obama care have been on the air, in print, on television, experts break do you think exactly what would happen. the logical economic consequences. so of course he knew and he chose to spin these untruths. and only now is he now piling on to the private insurance companies for one reason. at the want to say we tried to go private, and they're canceling -- >> they have lower ratings than tv anchors. >> and now the only choice is the single payor. >> how disin-again uhe us, you're in bed with them. you made the deal with them. watching the insurance companies layoff people and say, well, we have to do this -- they wanted all of the new people, they want to have this game. the white house made a deal with the drug companies. whatever acceptance the american people were going to have is whittling away. the question i have is why democrats, people who are hanging on there when bill maher takes apart debra wasserman schultz and tears her apart it for the lie, this is something -- cre
that they will not go bankrupt -- >> we'll leave today's white house briefing to go live to the floor of the u.s. house. members beginning with one-minute speeches and recess until 5:00 for legislative work. live coverage of the house here on c-span. the speaker pro tempore: the house will be in order. the chair lays before the house a communication from the speaker. the clerk: the speaker's room, washington, d.c., november 12, 2013. i hereby appoint the honorable thomas j. rooney to act as speaker pro tempore on this day. signed john a. boehner, speaker of the house of representatives. the speaker pro tempore: the prayer will be offered by our chaplain, father conroy. chaplain conroy: let us pray. loving and gracious god, we give you thanks for giving us another day. as the members of the people's house regather, we ask that they be endowed by you with wisdom and purpose to address our nation cing still. many wish to find work. we ask the blessing of those in the philippines and those responding to that great tragedy. protect those, especially americans, who work furiously to meet those great needs.
about his relationships and his connections. >> you know, a lot of us remember a few years ago, there was a republican congressman from western new york who tweeted a picture, a self-y, if you will, of himself without a shirt. there it is right there. former congressman chris lee. the speaker at that time, john boehner, he had zero tolerance. he basically told this guy, you're out of here. and he resigned in a nanosecond. and this time, they're showing a lot more patience with this other republican freshman congressman. >> i suppose it all has to do about the specific case. in his example, there were questions about whether there might be other things coming down the road that could embarrass him or the congress. but many people take your point, that i spoke to today, said members of congress have actually been thrown under the bus for less than what has happened with trey radel. >> we'll see what happens to him. all right. thanks very much, joe johns reporting. it's not every day a congressman gets busted for cocaine. let's dig a little bit deeper right now with hln law enforc
duties, i shall have further meetings later today. us --m sure everyone of in this season of her membranes, we remember their service to our country. there are grave concerns about the nightmare unfolding in the banks. minister share my sense of disbelief that a person such as the reverend is responsible for such large sums of our constituents' money, would ever be appointed to the position of chairman? what can he do to find out how on earth that happen? importantnd makes an point. hold, bondsle who who are very worried about what will happen to their investment. the first priority is to safeguard this bank and make sure that it is safeguarded without using taxpayers' money. that must be the priority. my friend will be discussing with the regulators what is the appropriate form of inquiry to get to the bottom of what went wrong here. there are clearly a lot of questions that have to be answered. why was the reverend suitable to be chairman of a bank? why were alarm bells not run earlier by those who knew? it will be important in the coming days that if anyone does have informati
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